Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati claimed all accused were Muslim, here is a reply from Telangana police

Telangana police replied to Yati Narsinghanand Saraswati over the statement he made in the aftermath of the Hyderabad rape case. The police said that it is false information. All four accused do not belong to one religion. One is Muslim and remaining 3 are Hindus. Police further said, “We are working hard to ensure capital punishment to all the accused. Please don’t give religious colour to the crime”.

Yati Narsinghanand claimed in the wake of the Hyderabad rape case that all accused of raping and murdering a woman were Muslim but the name of three rapists was changed to Hindu by Police under the pretext of the minor.

According to Narsinghanand Saraswati, police changed their name in order to defame the Hindu community. He also said, “Wake up Hindu to fight against the evil and protect women from these monsters”.

Later, Hyderabad police responded to Narsinghanand Saraswati and said that all four accused in the rape and murder case of the Hyderabad vet are not Muslim. One of them is Muslim and the remaining three are Hindus. 

The incident took place on Wednesday night. The four accused raped and murdered the victim. However, all accused were shot dead by the police on the wee hours of Friday morning. The police claimed that it was an “encounter”. The incident took place around 6:30 am.

According to police, they (accused) snatched weapons and opened fire at police. Cyberabad Police Commissioner CV Sajjanar said that one of the accused, Mohammed Arif, was the first to open fire, even as the police team that took them to the crime scene were attacked with stones and sticks. The snatched weapons were in an “unlocked” position, he added.

Many have appreciated police action and the word “Justice” is circulating on social media. The action of the police is being admired by people across the country.

the victim’s sister said they welcomed it. “We are happy. We did not expect this (killing in the encounter). We thought they would be hanged through courts.

“We thank everyone who stood by us. With this incident people should be scared to indulge in such crimes (against women),” she told reporters.

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